Music transcends cultural, language and social barriers. Music has the power to transport you to another time and place. Whether it’s a smoky jazz club or a huge arena, a classical concert or a gig at a pub, there is no doubt that music is good for the heart and the soul. So why not watch some live music this season?
Ellington Jazz Club
Beaufort Street – Mt Lawley
Jazz, beverages and tasty food in this sophisticated New York style Jazz Club. Dress code is anywhere from smart casual to cocktail attire.
They offer a casual tapas menu that’s perfect for sharing and food and drink is ordered at the bar. The music programme features the finest touring acts and the cream of Australian Jazz talent. The Ellington is open 7 nights per week (Some Mondays, Tues-Sun) until 1am weeknights, 3am weekends and 12am Sunday. The ground floor is set up for live jazz performances and upstairs is a cocktail lounge to relax with friends and listen to some great tunes while enjoying your favourite tipple.
Voice Box Fremantle
Fly By Night Club, Fremantle | The last Monday of each month
Meeting on the last Monday of every month, Voicebox Fremantle is a community group of writers and poets performing their work.
Poems on two wheels. Randall Stephens is riding his bike into town to be our guest, along with Siobhan Hodge and Carol Millner.
Plus 8 x 5 min. open mike. Doors open at 7 pm, poetry begins at 7.30pm. There is a bar and tea, coffee, snacks and cake will be available for purchase. The Fly Trap is a cash only venue.
Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series
Fremantle Town Hall and various other venues | Thursday nights; 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 July 2015
Hidden Treasures winter music series returns to the West End this July, featuring a line-up who have one thing in common – Fremantle. Whether they call Fremantle home or have emerged from the port city, all of the artists hold a special place in their hearts for Fremantle.
Celebrating Fremantle’s vibrant musical culture, from old favourites to local gems, four venues – PS Art Space, The Navy Club, The Buffalo Club and The National Hotel – will play host to Hidden Treasures, warming up the West End of Fremantle every Thursday in July.
A $15 ticket will grant a night’s membership to all four venues, which will host staggered performances so music lovers can enjoy a variety of performances.
Tickets and a full program of events can be found at: fremantlestory.com.au/hiddentreasures
5 Seconds of Summer
Perth Arena | 29 June 2015
Hot on the heels of selling out two shows at London’s iconic Wembley Arena, the chart-topping Sydney boys are heading out on the road to play their first-ever headline Australian arena shows on the Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour!
Josh Pyke with WASO
Perth Concert Hall | 24th July 2015
ARIA Award-winning singer/songwriter Josh Pyke joins forces with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra for one night only.
Since his breakthrough in 2005, Josh Pyke has completed 22 national tours performing to sold-out venues across the country and is a regular on the festival scene, from Homebake and Bluesfest to Big Day Out and Splendour In The Grass. Described as a modern-day storyteller, Josh Pyke’s unique and intelligent lyrics weave warm melodies that place him in a league of his own.
Perth Arena | 30 July 2015
It has been 18 years since Blur, one of the most successful British bands of the last two decades, has graced our shores. They have won a total of five BRIT Awards, and were twice nominated for the Mercury Music Award.
Perth Arena | 4th August 2015
One of pop music’s biggest and most enduring stars Olly Murs is set to return to our shores in August for a national tour. The Australian leg of his Never Been Better Tour will start on August 4th at Perth Arena.
An Evening with Tommy Emmanuel
Perth Concert Hall | 13th August 2015
Two-time Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel is one of Australia’s most respected musicians with a professional career spanning five decades. Relentless touring has garnered Emmanuel hundreds of thousands of loyal fans worldwide. His unique style is akin to playing guitar the way a pianist plays piano, using all ten fingers. Rather than using a band for melody, rhythm, bass and drum parts, Tommy plays all that – and more – on one guitar.
From Broadway to La Scala
Perth Concert Hall | 26th September 2015
Teddy Tahu Rhodes, Greta Bradman, David Hobson, Lisa McCune
Accompanied by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra
An evening of glamour, passion and romance
Soaring with the exuberance of the great stage musicals and enriched with the passion of grand opera, From Broadway to La Scala will hit a new high note for all lovers of fine entertainment in 2015.
From Puccini to Rodgers and Hammerstein, Bizet to Gershwin and Verdi to Cole Porter, this unique concert experience will feature many of the greatest songs, arias and duets of the last two centuries, performed by four of Australia’s most highly acclaimed contemporary singers.
Perth Arena | 3rd October 2015
Perth – are you ready? Ready for one of THE greatest bands in rock’n’roll history with one of THE most spectacular shows Australia will see this year? KISS is heading to Perth Arena on Saturday 3 October 2015 for a show that’s not to be missed!
Perth Arena | 9th and 10th October 2015
Global pop superstar ROBBIE WILLIAMS is set to return to our shores in October for the Australian leg of his Let Me Entertain You Tour.
Back to the Future
Presented by WASO (West Australian Symphony orchestra)
Perth Convention Centre | 13 and 14th November 2015
The West Australian Symphony Orchestra celebrates the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future with live performances of the musical score set to the film on the big screen!
Take a trip back to 1985/1955 and join Marty McFly and ‘Doc’ Emmet Brown for their adventures in Robert Zemeckis’ classic, time-travelling comedy, Back to the Future. WASO performs the film’s entire thrilling score live while the film, including dialogue and sound effects, is played on a huge screen behind the orchestra. The concerts feature brand new music composed by Alan Silvestri especially for the 30th anniversary.
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